Controversial Big Brother Naija star, Doyinsola David fondly called Doyin, has said she can only date or marry a man who lives on Lagos Island.
The BBNaija two-time contestant said her future partner must be rich, kind and most importantly, he mustn’t stay on the mainland.
Doyin talked about her preference when she appeared as a guest on Channels Television programme Rubbin’ Minds.
She said she lives on the Island and she can’t stand the thought of moving to the mainland in the name of marriage, hence why any man that wants to marry her must be prepared to move to the Island.
She said; “He [my potential partner] must be someone that is considerate, kind, and giving because I’m not about that broke life. That’s just the truth.
“I don’t live on the Mainland. If I’m going to date you, you will have to move to the Island. Because that is what I am used to. It’s also closer to everything I do.
He would move to the Island, I’m not going to move to the Mainland. If he really wants somebody who would live on the Mainland, he can find another wife. It would be strange for me to pack up my whole life and relocate to the Mainland.”
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Nigerian Video Jockey, Laura Monyeazo Abebe, professionally known as Moet Abebe, has said she cannot date a man who lives in Lagos Island.
The 34-year-old media personality stated this on the maiden episode of Bahd and Boujee podcast co-hosted with reality TV star, Tolanibaj. She said she does not care if her man lives on the mainland so long as if she calls him by 11pm he should be on his way to her house.
Moet said she would not want to be in a relationship with someone who will be giving excuses about lateness or police checkpoints if she wants to see him at night. But the BBNaija star resplied her by saying her man uses police escort so he is not bothered about being stopped by police at night.
The Video Jockey said; “I’ve always said this thing, I can’t necessarily date someone that lives on the mainland. I feel like if I call him at night he’ll probably give me some story like ‘It’s too late, there’s police on the street. I can’t come.”